The Digital Literacy Team (Primary) published the website Teacher Idea, aimed at Primary School Educators and Students. The website is constantly updated with teaching idea ‘cards’ which can be downloaded and used with students as activity starters. More ideas are added regularly, so be sure to check out the website from time to time. Furthermore, you can also submit your idea by filling in this form: http://bit.ly/ShareTeacherIdea.
The Institute for Education is accepting applications from parents/guardians interested in following online Parental/Guardian Sessions commencing April – June 2020. These sessions are delivered in two different formats: asynchronous (self-paced)or synchronous (live). The Institute acknowledges the crucial role parents and guardians are playing in the education of their children during this time when schools are closed. The sessions being offered will equip them with the right educational tools to be collaborative partners in the education and well-being of their children.
Click on the following link to view the list of sessions and how you can apply for them:
Teleskola.mt was built to help parents, guardians, students and educators to easily find distance learning resources and lessons. There are sections with activities for students as well as teaching resources for educators/parents and guardians. Continue reading →
In consultation with the Health Authorities, the school will give you the opportunity to collect books, copybooks, files that are needed for the online learning taking place. This exercise in this particular moment should only involve the collection of material necessary for learning and not other things. There will be an individual package with books and copybooks left for you. In the meantime, you will be given a date and time when you are requested to collect books and copybooks. Continue reading →
The Digital Literacy staff for Middle and Secondary Schools within the Directorate for Digital literacy and Transversal Skills has developed an Online and Distance Learning Toolkit. The aim of this toolkit is to assist Middle and Secondary school teachers in using various online platforms and other educational tools. Continue reading →
Mr. Keith Bartolo, Head of College Network at St. Clare College, has forwarded the following presentation which briefly explains the current measures being taken by schools in order to ensure a continuation of the teaching and learning process during the Covid-19 outbreak. Special thanks go to Mr. Bartolo and his team for sharing this resource. Click on the link below to access this presentation:
Following the submission of over 550 applications from current Year 6 students for enrolment into the Sport Career Development Programme during the next scholastic year, the postponement of the Practical Assessment on Monday 30th March and the current ongoing developments, parents and guardians are kindly requested to note the following decisions taken by the Director General, Director (Curriculum) and respective Education Officers. Continue reading →
The National School Support Services (NSSS), within the Directorate for Educational Services, aims to ensure the effective and efficient operation and delivery of services to the Colleges State schools within an established framework of decentralisation and autonomy. The Career Guidance Services at NSSS are developing career related resources which can be helpful to students who are in the Upper Forms. Click on the links below to access the materials provided, including this informative video:
The US National Parks system has created virtual tours of the 31 most popular national parks in the America. Using satellite imagery from Google Maps, the site shows the U.S. from space, with small photos of each park serving as an icon. Click on one of those, or on one of the larger images of each location listed alphabetically on the right of the dashboard, and you’ll be whisked away to your destination.